Baked goods brand Entenmann’s is looking to invoke some nostalgia with their latest creation hitting grocery store shelves.
New Entenmann’s Donut Cakes are baked instead of fried so they have the consistency of cake, which the brand says is more like an old-fashioned style doughnut you’d find at a bakery. They contain no high fructose corn syrup or artificial colors.
The doughnuts are available now at select retailers in Cinnamon & Sugar and Double Chocolate Chip. Each box contains six individually packaged doughnuts so you can pack them in your lunch or take them on-the-go for a quick breakfast.
The cookie dough is currently sold in Albertsons-owned stores (Acme, United, Kings, Safeway, Jewel-Osco, etc.) in four flavors: Glazed Donut, Chocolate Chip, Chocolate Brownie and Cinnamon Toffee.
You’ll find the ice cream sandwiches in Walmart stores nationwide in six flavors featuring three different ice cream flavors including Brownie Cookie Salted Caramel, Chocolatey Glazed Cookie Donut and Chocolate Chip Cookie.
Rival snack brand Little Debbie has also released an ice cream line that includes seven flavors of their popular treats such as Oatmeal Creme Pies, Cosmic Brownies, Honey Buns, Swiss Rolls and Nutty Bars. Each ice cream flavor has actual pieces of the baked goods swirled in.
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